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Legia Warsaw fans display a giant banner protesting against UEFA. Picture: Getty
Legia Warsaw fans display a giant banner protesting against UEFA. Picture: Getty
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Celtic have agreed personal terms with Stefan Scepovic, Rangers announce share issue to stock exchange and Legia fans make their feelings about UEFA known.

Stefan Scepovic agrees £2.2m move to Celtic

The 24 year-old is expected to undergo a medical at Parkhead today after agreeing a four-year contract.

The Scottish Champions fought off tough competition to land the Sport Gijon forward including interest from PSV

Eindhoven. (Express)

Rangers launch share issue

The Ibrox club this morning officially launched its share issue where it hopes to raise £3.97m, a statement to the London Stock Exchange confirmed.

Ex-Legia player says Maribor win was revenge

Maribor star Marko Suler revealed he was determined to dump Celtic out of the Champions League as revenge for his

former team-mates at Legia Warsaw.

Former Legia star Suler admitted he had been handed an extra incentive to win after Uefa’s’s decision to kick his old club out of the competition for fielding a suspended player.

Suler said: “I believe by winning at Celtic I got revenge on behalf of Legia.

“I know all the Legia players and fans were keeping their fingers crossed for us.

“And I was delighted we qualified on their behalf.

“Legia were treated harshly, everyone knows that, but I am convinced they will get into the Champions League next year because they deserve it.

“After the game, I received so many messages from my friends in Poland that my phone battery died.

“This was a great win at a place like Celtic - it is something to tell the grandchildren.”

Hibs legend Bobby Kinloch dies aged 79

Bobby Kinloch, scorer of one of the most celebrated goals in Hibernian’s history, has died. He was 79.

Kinloch netted the match-winning penalty to defeat Barcelona 7-6 on aggregate in a stormy 1961 Fairs Cup quarter-final

that became known as the “Battle of Easter Road”. (Scotsman)

Celtic complete signing of Wakaso Mubarak

The Ghana winger arrived at Celtic yesterday on a season-long loan deal from Rubin Kazan with a determination to “make it big” at the club.

Asked what he would bring to his new team, Wakaso shot back: “Glory and victory.” The pacy, industrious winger later said it was an “ambition to excite the Celtic fans”. (Scotsman)

Ross County sack Derek Adams

Ross County have sacked manager Derek Adams and his father, director of football George Adams. In a shock move, the Dingwall club will move forward without the influence of a family which has been an intrinsic part of the club’s success.

Chairman Roy MacGregor refused to detail the full reasoning behind the shock change, but hinted at a breakdown in “chemistry” behind the scenes at the club. (Scotsman)

• Former Hibs boss Terry Butcher is a front runner for the Ross County job

• Former St Mirren manager Danny Lennon says he would be interested in the vacant Ross County job

Hibs take two players on loan

Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs has brought in two ­trialists as he seeks to further strengthen his squad for the Championship campaign. South African midfielder Matty Pattison and Dutch striker Donovan Deekman trained with Hibs for the first time yesterday, but if ­either is offered a deal it will be in addition to other recruits Stubbs plans to make. (Scotsman)


• Dundee United forward Brian Graham has joined St Johnstone on loan